Greg on NYCGB:

"NYCGB courses are a unique environment for learning and development both musically and on a personal level. It is a joy to watch the singers progress throughout the week in both these areas. I don't know of another forum where this can be witnessed so fully.

Having sung in both the National Youth Training Choir and National Youth Choir as a teenager, it's amazing to see how NYCGB has grown and a privilege to remain part of an organisation that helped shape my musical career.

NYCGB attracts people from all walks of life and all areas of the UK. It is the perfect way to broaden your horizons and come into contact with a variety of people, all with a common love of singing and music. Friendships that last a lifetime are made through NYCGB and this social side is just as rich as the musical one."


Greg acts as Course Director for all National Youth Boys' Choir courses, leading the rehearsal schedule, overseeing musicianship and individual vocal progression, and programming concerts. He is also a panelist for NYCGB's annual Auditions programme, and delivers workshops and sessions for NYCGB's Widening Access & Engagement programme.

Other activity:


Musical Director, Swansea Bach Choir; Artistic Director, Penkhull Festival of Music and Art; Musical Director, Bracknell Choral Society

Conducting highlights
Royal Albert Hall; Sage Gateshead; Birmingham Symphony Hall
Educational work

Regional Music Director, Snappy Operas (Mahogany Opera Group); Aspire project for London Youth Choir; Singing Teacher, Wellington College and Christchurch Cathedral School.


Vocal Consultant, Sing While You Work (BBC Television); Recording Production for Choir of Worcester College, Oxford; Tutoring and workshop leading for Ulster Youth Choir